Adam Sitzmann

Architect / Associate
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Adam Sitzmann

Architect / Associate

Adam was added to the BVH team in 2015, immediately after completing his Bachelor of Architecture from Iowa State University. Omaha’s exciting culture and close proximity to his hometown of Sioux City, Iowa, drew him to the area. Likewise, BVH’s unique ethos and family-like atmosphere sparked his interest into pursuing and, ultimately, joining the studio.

Adam’s primary interests include preservation, adaptive reuse, and religious architecture. The history, intricate process, and context of these types of buildings are the main drivers of his passion, which he practices through daily work and leading the Omaha studio’s Thursday Afternoon Club.

Adam’s design career translates directly to his personal life. He relaxes by building furniture and developing artwork. He also especially enjoys visiting his family in Sioux City.

What is the favorite place you have visited?
Munich, Germany. The history, the architecture, and pork perfection.

What are you optimistic about?
I get enthusiastic about landscape and architecture districts that create varied personalities and communities.

How do you engage your community?
I enjoy getting involved in local groups such as Restoration Exchange Omaha, Association for Preservation Technology, and Future City. I also visit and support Modern Arts Midtown

What is your area of interest or research?
Obtaining clarity of design in both concept and construction.

What is your inspiration?
I am inspired by anyone who can teach me something new or help change my perspective.